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Am Cup: Video on first World Series event Am Cup: Video on first World Series event Promotional video posted by America's Cup on Cagliari, Sardinia as the first venue the ACWS Promotional video posted by America's Cup on Cagliari, Sardinia as the first venue for the America's Cup World Series for 2020 - but no date on the event, which is tipped for April 2020 by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 26 Mar 12:51 NZDT The Ocean Race: New race team set to enter The Ocean Race: New race team set to enter The Mirpuri Foundation announced they will be entering a race team in The Ocean Race As part of the launch of The Ocean Race broadcast live from Alicante, Paulo Mirpuri of the Portuguese based The Mirpuri Foundation announced they will be entering a team, rather than just sponsoring an entry. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 25 Mar 12:35 NZDT Gul Hikers = Happy Crew Gul Hikers = Happy Crew 3mm Code Zero HikeJohn aids the hiking process As a traditional trapeze crew, changing from the Fireball to the Merlin Rocket (an out and out hiking boat) was quite a shock! by Sam Brearey Posted 27 Mar 03:00 NZDT New foiler design with Rolex Sydney Hobart in mind New foiler design with Rolex Sydney Hobart in mind Capable of leading the 30m maxis over the 630 nautical mile course Twelve months work and investment from a highly experienced Australian group has led to the development of a 15.2 m fully foiling design intended for the 2019 RSHYR. by FBVM Foilers Posted 27 Mar 00:25 NZDT Shake up Your Perception, It's a Rite of Passage Shake up Your Perception, It's a Rite of Passage Rooster's team has brought its wealth of sailing intel to the world of bigger boats Rooster's team has brought its wealth of sailing intel to the world of bigger boats, heavier loads, fiercer waves and longer passages. This kit is intricately designed to repel the spray, fight the cold and last. by Emma Ralph Posted 26 Mar 22:00 NZDT Clipper Race circumnavigators return to paradise Clipper Race circumnavigators return to paradise For China's biggest offshore event British Clipper 2017-18 Race Circumnavigators, Mike Miller (50, from Windsor) and Glenn Manchett (53, from Cambridge), who raced on board the winning Sanya Serenity Coast team, have returned to China's tropical paradise this month by Clipper Round the World Posted 26 Mar 17:30 NZDT Clipper Race renewes partnership with TIMEZERO Clipper Race renewes partnership with TIMEZERO TIMEZERO by MaxSea announced as Official Navigation Software Supplier to the Clipper 2019-20 Race The eleven strong fleet of 70 ft ocean racing yachts will be equipped with TZ Professional for the 40,000 nm circumnavigation. by Grace Kitching Posted 26 Mar 05:00 NZDT Butler Cup at Long Beach Yacht Club overall Butler Cup at Long Beach Yacht Club overall Price edges ahead to win Australian Harry Price, the 23-year-old No. 3 Ranked Match Racer won the Butler Cup, an event in which so many highly-experienced sailors and rated match racers participated, competitors were wondering if they were really competing in a Grade 1 event. by Laurie Morrison Posted 25 Mar 18:47 NZDT Famous martini Famous martini Shaken, not stirred - we're talking about the Sayonara Cup Ah huh. So that would make it shaken, not stirred. Right. Now what we are referring to is the recent running and winning of the Sayonara Cup, which we featured last week in Left Languishing. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 25 Mar 10:00 NZDT Light airs mar Jack Tar Auckland Regatta Light airs mar Jack Tar Auckland Regatta Clockwork wins Big Boat division in light air Jack Tar Regatta The 2019 Jack Tar Auckland Regatta, co-hosted by the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron and Buckland's Beach Yacht Club, has now wrapped up after two days of very light winds on the water in Auckland. by Andrew Delves – RNZYS PR & Communications Manager Posted 24 Mar 22:43 NZDT Butler Cup at Long Beach Yacht Club day 1 Butler Cup at Long Beach Yacht Club day 1 An eclectic and international mix of skippers An eclectic and international mix of skippers met off the Belmont Pier today for the first afternoon of Long Beach Yacht Club's double round-robin Butler Cup. by Laurie Morrison Posted 24 Mar 20:13 NZDT America's Cup: DutchSail seeks public support America's Cup: DutchSail seeks public support America's Cup Challenger, DutchSail has announced a crowdfunding campaign to supplement other fund America's Cup Challenger, DutchSail has announced a crowdfunding campaign to supplement other fundraising and sponsorship. The team have gone to Dutch individuals and corporates looking for a promise of 100 euros per month for 24 months. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 24 Mar 12:35 NZDT The Ocean Race: Duo want to revive Kiwi legacy The Ocean Race: Duo want to revive Kiwi legacy The Volvo 65 is an excellent opportunity to attract younger generation Kiwi sailors Bianca Cook, who sailed aboard the mixed crew entry Turn the Tide on Plastic in the 2017/18 Volvo Ocean Race voiced her interest in promoting a Kiwi entry, Friday morning (NZT) during the global launch for The Ocean Race from Alicante, Spain. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 24 Mar 12:32 NZDT Images from Predictwind Girls Championship Regatta Images from Predictwind Girls Championship Regatta Images from the Predictwind Girls Championship Regatta at the Kohimarama Yacht Club on Saturday Marc Images from the Predictwind Girls Championship Regatta at the Kohimarama Yacht Club on Saturday March 23. The wind did not co-operate and only two races were able to be sailed but enough to give a minimum series. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 24 Mar 01:20 NZDT 49erFX women setting the standard 49erFX women setting the standard Something very special occurring in the fleet The 49erFX fleet, while young by most standards, has produced and nurtured some of the world's best female sailors. We take a look at what makes the class and women involved so special. by Drew Malcolm Posted 23 Mar 21:53 NZDT St. Thomas International Regatta day 1 St. Thomas International Regatta day 1 A great day of racing for over 50 boats Caribbean perfect sailing conditions spelled a great day of racing for the 50-plus boats competing in the first day of the 46th St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR), which takes place through Sunday. by Carol Bareuther Posted 23 Mar 21:51 NZDT Four dinghies put through their paces in Valencia Four dinghies put through their paces in Valencia D-Zero, Laser, Melges 14 and RS Aero at Sea Trials From 11-15 March 2019, the D-Zero, Laser, Melges 14 and RS Aero were put through their paces at Sea Trials for the Men's and Women's One Person Dinghy Equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition. by World Sailing Posted 23 Mar 09:15 NZDT 12 Metre World Championship preview 12 Metre World Championship preview Event will hark back to America's Cup days in Newport When the 12 Metre World Championship comes to Newport, R.I. this summer (July 8-13), the significance of the venue will not be lost on sailing buffs, or for that matter, on sports historians in general. by Barby MacGowan Posted 23 Mar 07:48 NZDT 11th Hour Racing: 2nd Annual Urban Water Challenge 11th Hour Racing: 2nd Annual Urban Water Challenge 11th Hour Racing and Bluewater promote human ingenuity to tackle urban water threats In honor of World Water Day and the 2019 theme, 'leaving no one behind', 11th Hour Racing and Bluewater Group announced the second annual Urban Water Challenge, a global innovation competition that empowers entrepreneurs to deploy water technologies. by 11th Hour Racing Posted 23 Mar 05:19 NZDT Mirabaud Sailing Video Award 2019 Mirabaud Sailing Video Award 2019 The 2019 dates are confirmed The annual Mirabaud Sailing Video Award celebrates the best sailing videos produced each year across the world and their authors. Building on the lessons learned from the first two editions, the competition continues to evolve and refine its rules. by Mirabaud Sailing Video Award Posted 23 Mar 04:32 NZDT Next stage in multi-million pounds funding bid Next stage in multi-million pounds funding bid For Artemis Technologies led project A Belfast-based bid led by Artemis Technologies has received funding from a major seedcorn programme that could see tens of millions of pounds pumped into its plans to decarbonise maritime transportation. by Simon Cunningham Posted 23 Mar 00:52 NZDT Blitz, Spirit of Juno win Round the Rocks Race Blitz, Spirit of Juno win Round the Rocks Race 2019 St. Thomas International Regatta kicks off Friday Ten boats had a great chance to warm up and shake down during today's Round The Rocks race, a one-day circumnavigation of the neighboring 19 square mile island of St. John. by Carol Bareuther Posted 22 Mar 19:12 NZDT Gladwell's Line: Dinghy trials...Am Cup..18fters Gladwell's Line: Dinghy trials...Am Cup..18fters A scan of the Sailing scene from the past week or so - America's Cup, 18fters and Singlehanders A look at the Evaluation Trials for the Single Handed Mens and Womens Single Handed Dinghy to be used at the 2024 Olympics. What was really behind the Applications to the America's Cup Arb Panel? And a look at the Kiwi win in the JJ's in Sydney by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 22 Mar 15:06 NZDT The Ocean Race: Fresh look to intended Kiwi entry The Ocean Race: Fresh look to intended Kiwi entry Bianca Cook and Tony Rae have teamed up to launch a NZ flagged entry in The Ocean Race Tony Rae, one of the veterans of the Volvo Ocean Race has teamed up with Bianca Cook, who crewed on Turn the Tide on Plastic in the 2017/18 VOR to enter a New Zealand team in the 2021/22 in the next edition of the Round the World race. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 22 Mar 11:08 NZDT The Ocean Race enters new era The Ocean Race enters new era New brand identity revealed The Ocean Race revealed its new brand identity and confirmed two team entries during an online launch event hosted in Alicante, Spain. by The Ocean Race Posted 22 Mar 09:10 NZDT Golden Globe Race day 263 Golden Globe Race day 263 Istvan Kopar secures fourth place American Hungarian solo yachtsman Istvan Kopar finally reached the finish line off Les Sables d'Olonne, France at 13:58 UTC today to take 4th place in the 2018 Golden Globe Race. by Barry Pickthall, Golden Globe Race Posted 22 Mar 09:07 NZDT 18 IMOCAS to compete in the Bermuda 1000 Race 18 IMOCAS to compete in the Bermuda 1000 Race Time to clock up the miles in the IMOCA Globe Series The first event on the IMOCA Globe Series calendar for 2019, the Bermuda 1000 Race, will set sail from Douarnenez (Brittany) at 1300 hrs local time on Wednesday 8th May. On the programme, a 2000-mile solo race course finishing in Brest by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 22 Mar 08:25 NZDT World No. 1 among latest entries to Argo Gold Cup World No. 1 among latest entries to Argo Gold Cup Two of the top women's match racers to square off against top males The addition of four of the world's top match racers, including Women's World No. 1 Pauline Courtois of France, makes the field for the 2019 Argo Group Gold Cup one of the most diverse and cements its status as the preeminent match race regatta. by Royal Bermuda Yacht Club Posted 22 Mar 04:12 NZDT Individualistic choice of OK Dinghy Equipment Individualistic choice of OK Dinghy Equipment One of the overriding concepts from the man who created the class One of the key factors behind the astonishing worldwide growth and development of the OK Dinghy over the past 62 years was the intent that boats could be built by anyone, anywhere. by Robert Deaves Posted 22 Mar 02:54 NZDT 2019 St. Thomas International Regatta kicks off 2019 St. Thomas International Regatta kicks off A warm-up Round the Rocks Race The scenic and competitive course features a circumnavigation of the 19-square-mile neighboring island of St. John, home of the Virgin Islands National Park. Then, over 50 boats are registered to race in the 46th St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR) by Carol Bareuther Posted 21 Mar 23:54 NZDT Sail Racing International on board with ETNZ Sail Racing International on board with ETNZ Emirates Team New Zealand have taken delivery of their new kit for the 36th America's Cup. In another step down the timeline to the 36th America's Cup, Emirates Team New Zealand have taken delivery of their new kit for the 36th America's Cup. The new team kit is by Sail Racing International by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted 21 Mar 23:09 NZDT Rush of entries for Hamilton Island Race Week 2019 Rush of entries for Hamilton Island Race Week 2019 Entries have been open for little more than a month If early indications are anything to go by, Hamilton Island Race Week 2019 could already be on course for a record fleet when it is staged on the beautiful, island-laced tropical waters of the Whitsunday Passage from August 17-24. by Rob Mundle Posted 21 Mar 22:43 NZDT Clipper 2019-20 Race skippers revealed Clipper 2019-20 Race skippers revealed Racing a Clipper 70 around the world is not a job for the faint hearted Racing a Clipper 70 around the world is not a job for the faint hearted. Add a non-professional crew to the mix and it's an exceptional candidate you'd be looking for to take the helm. by Kathryn Pridie Posted 21 Mar 22:42 NZDT World Match Racing Tour extends 2018 season World Match Racing Tour extends 2018 season Revised 2018-2019 WMRT Final will take place in Marstrand, Sweden The World Match Racing Tour, under new ownership since 1 January, has announced an extension to the 2018 season in order to complete the World Championship following its sale by Aston Harald in December. by World Match Racing Tour Posted 21 Mar 19:07 NZDT Rolex Fastnet Race's complete pantheon race boats Rolex Fastnet Race's complete pantheon race boats 2019 will see an unprecedented entry of 'non-IRC' boats The most impressive collection of offshore racing hardware from across the globe is set to gather off Cowes for the start of the Rolex Fastnet Race by James Boyd Posted 21 Mar 18:57 NZDT Windfoiling: Surfing on air Windfoiling: Surfing on air “Windfoiling has the potential to turn Olympic windsurfing into something very, very special” “Windfoiling has the potential to turn Olympic windsurfing into something very, very special,” says Aaron McIntosh - top Olympic coach, multiple world champion and Olympic Bronze medalist. by Michael Brown, Yachting New Zealand Posted 21 Mar 17:09 NZDT Predictwind Girls Championship at Kohi Predictwind Girls Championship at Kohi 100 sailors are expected to compete at Saturday's Predictwind Girls Championship Regatta at the Kohi As many as 100 sailors are expected to compete at Saturday's Predictwind Girls Championship Regatta, in eight classes, at the Kohimarama Yacht Club when they will also hear from renowned ocean sailor Bianca Cook. by Yachting New Zealand Posted 21 Mar 15:31 NZDT RS Feva NZ Nationals on March 29th-31st RS Feva NZ Nationals on March 29th-31st Held at Torbay Sailing Club from Friday March 29 to March 31 The 2019 RS Feva Nationals will be held at Torbay Sailing Club from Friday March 29 to March 31. There is a Practice Day on Friday March 29th, starting at 2pm with specialist guest coaches. by Sail-World.com/Yachting NZ Posted 21 Mar 15:27 NZDT Reflections of Olympic and America's Cup Women Reflections of Olympic and America's Cup Women four women, all born in 1994, tell their stories about the different directions they took in sailing Gemma Jones: "How you go at a certain age isn't a good representation of what you can go on to achieve. Often size at a particular age can be a big factor in results and it's not fair to make judgements until you mature and really start to work hard." by Michael Brown, Yachting NZ Posted 21 Mar 14:06 NZDT World Youth Champ steps up to Olympic level World Youth Champ steps up to Olympic level Josh Armit (17yrs) writes about his transition from the youth classes to Olympic classes Current World Youth Single-handed champion Josh Armit (17yrs) writes about his transition from the youth classes to Olympic classes and the challenge of juggling that process with school. by Josh Armit/Yachting NZ Posted 21 Mar 13:59 NZDT Three sailors added to NZL Sailing Team Three sailors added to NZL Sailing Team Three sailors have been added to the top-tier of Yachting New Zealand's high performance programme Three sailors have been added to the top-tier of Yachting New Zealand's high performance programme – 49er combination Logan Dunning Beck and Oscar Gunn as well as Finn sailor Andy Maloney. by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 21 Mar 12:47 NZDT Four added to NZL Sailing Foundation Youth Team Four added to NZL Sailing Foundation Youth Team Four more sailors, including the 420 world champions, have been added to the NZL Youth Team Four more sailors, including the 420 world champions, have been added to the NZL Sailing Foundation Youth Team to compete at this year's youth sailing world championships in Poland. by Yachting New Zealand Posted 21 Mar 09:56 NZDT
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